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Throne for a Loop

India’s only openly gay prince is offering his palace as a sanctuary for LGBT people

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THROUGHOUT HIS LIFE, PRINCE Manvendra Singh Gohil has broken traditions, stereotypes and taboos. Despite the stigma divorce carries in India, he ended his marriage with his princess in 1992. A decade later, he became the first member of the Indian royal family to come out as gay and launched an LGBT rights charity shortly afterward. But his latest plan might be his most audacious yet.

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